Certified Inspection Confidence
What We Inspect
A home inspection is a professional consulting service that determines the present condition of the home’s major systems, based on a visual non-destructive inspection of accessible features. Home Inspectors focus on the performance of the systems that make up a home, rather than cosmetic, building code, or design issues. The full list of systems inspected are available under services.
Elevated Level of Service
Whether it’s your first time buying for your family or you’re looking for the perfect second or vacation home, it’s important to know that your investment is protected. We offer a professional inspection that will provide you with information on the full condition of the home so that you can make an informed buying decision. We educate our clients on the true condition of their prospective home.
Your Home is Our Priority
Once we’ve completed the home inspection, you’ll access your report by using our interactive software, same day of the inspection. We attach pictures and videos with pertinent findings and provide detailed information on any issues discovered. And our dedication to your success doesn’t stop there – we also provide every client with access to the Repair Request Builder feature for their agent.
Protection. Precaution. Peace.
A Peace of Mind Property Inspection will help you make an informed decision about whether the home you’ve made an offer on fits into your dream. No home ever fails an inspection; yet every home, at some point, will need a helping hand.
What to Expect: Before the Insection
If the home is outside of Johnson, Tarrant, Hood, Dallas, Denton, Wise, Collin, Ellis, or Parker Counties, let us know and we can discuss availability and travel.
Contract: After you book an inspection, you’ll receive an email with the Inspection Agreement to review. The agreement is a requirement by both TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission) and InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors).
What To Expect: Day of Inspection
Inspection: The inspection is approximately 3 to 5 hours, depending on the size and previous home maintenance.
Wrap-up: The last 30 minutes of the inspection is a good time to meet your inspector at the house to review some of the items that were found. If you’re not able to meet, no worries, your inspector can connect via phone.
Report: We abide by the Texas Real Estate Commission’s Standards of Practice and return our detailed, comprehensive reports within one hour of completing the inspection. We use the most innovative inspection software for our interactive reports, which are viewed online and include photos and videos.
Why you need a home inspection
An inspection determines whether there are any major defects or system inadequacies at the time of purchase. Inspections also highlight the positive aspects of a home. Many of the inspector’s observations or recommendations help to dispel the purchaser anxieties, and provide useful repair suggestions.
Can a home fail an inspection
An inspection is simply a visual examination of a house’s overall condition. The home inspection report describes a house’s physical shape and identifies what might need crucial repair or replacement. Just as you can’t fail a physical with your doctor, a home can’t fail an inspect. It does reveal what is going on in the home.
How long does an inspection take
The length of the inspection really depends on the square-footage of the house and whether or not any additional inspections (septic, sprinkler system, pool, etc.) have been requested. Most inspections are complete in about 3 to 4 hours.
How much does an inspection cost
Costs varies based upon square footage, age of the home, and any additional items that need inspected. An average home inspection fee varies from $225 to $300. Click to request a quote.
Do I need to be at the inspection
It’s not necessary for you to be present for the inspection, but it is to your benefit to follow the inspector in part or in whole at any time. If you are planning on attending we request you attend the last half hour or so and your inspector will go over the findings of the inspection with you and answer any questions you may have.
When do I pay for my inspection
Once you have confirmed your home inspection with our office, you will get an email confirmation with a link where you can securely pay online on your phone or computer with a credit card. We also accept cash, checks, or credit cards at the time of the inspection for your convenience. Payment in full is due before or at the time of the inspection.
A Home Inspector You Can Trust
Owning a home means something different to everyone. Some clients want a fixer upper and some want move-in ready. A Peace of Mind Property Inspection will help you make an informed decision.
Mindfulness is about being attentive and focused. Clients are welcomed and encouraged to join their inspector for the inspection, to meet up with them at the end to review the details, or to chat after. Either way, every inspection is 2 to 5 hours long on site, and is wrapped up with a detailed, full color report which is emailed usually within an hour of the inspection completion.
Peace of Mind Property Inspection is committed to helping clients attain peace of mind as they prepare to buy or sell a home. When negotiations are wrapped up and you’ve closed on the deal, there’s no turning back. That’s why it’s imperative to first have the home inspected by a proven professional.
A decision of such immense magnitude deserves a dependable home inspection that won’t leave you stuck in a difficult position. We take great pride in offering a thorough home inspection that puts the client first. We communicate our findings in a forthright and constructive manner, and we won’t raise the alarms over any issues.